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A Matter of Time
A Matter of Time
Subject: Graham Williams' tenure as Doctor Who producer and season 16 as a whole.
Original to the DVD: The Ribos Operation
Original release date: 24 September 2007
Runtime: 60'04"
Key crew
Narrator: Toby Longworth
Interviewers: Richard Molesworth, Andrew Beech
Interviewees: Jackie Williams, Graham Williams (archive footage), Louise Jameson, Anthony Read, Dave Martin, Bob Baker, Matt Irvine, Tom Baker, John Leeson, Gareth Roberts, Lalla Ward, Jeremy Bentham, Colin Mapson, Richard McManan-Smith, Dick Coles, Mary Tamm, David Fisher, Douglas Adams (archive footage), Darrol Blake, Michael Hayes, Ken Grieve, Christopher Barry, Paul Seed, Pennant Roberts
Executive producer: Dan Hall
Producer: Ed Stradling
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A Matter of Time was a retrospective documentary looking at Graham Williams' three year tenure as Doctor Who producer. It also offered an overview of the whole of season 16, the Key to Time.

Publisher's summary Edit

A 60-minute documentary that explores the origins and making of the Key to Time season, and the entirety of Graham Williams's eventful three years as producer of Doctor Who. Featuring contributions from Tom Baker (the Doctor), Mary Tamm (Romana), Louise Jameson (Leela), Lalla Ward (Princess Astra/Romana), and John Leeson (K9), plus new series writer Gareth Roberts. Narrated by Toby Longworth.

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Additional topics covered Edit

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People interviewed Edit

In order of credited appearance.

Home video releases Edit

It was included in the 2007 DVD release of The Ribos Operation which was included as part of the box set called The Key to Time.

Footnotes Edit

  1. Taken from the 1985 'Logicon' and 'Panopticon' Doctor Who conventions.

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